Baltimore Medical College Dispensary

Location: Madison Street and Linden Avenue, Baltimore, MD

Additional Information

 

Baltimore Lock Infirmary

Founded: by 1845
Location
: 11 East Pratt Street (formerly No. 8) five doors east of Pratt Street Bridge, Baltimore, MD

Images

Advertisement, Dr. F. L. Hitzelberger, proprietor of the Baltimore Lock Infirmary. The Baltimore Business Directory, Containing the Advertisements of the Principal Merchants, Mechanics, Dealers, & c. Baltimore: John Murphy, 1845.

Advertisement, Dr. F. L. Hitzelberger, proprietor of the Baltimore Lock Infirmary. The Baltimore Business Directory, Containing the Advertisements of the Principal Merchants, Mechanics, Dealers, & c. Baltimore: John Murphy, 1845.

 

 

University of Maryland Free Lying-in Hospital

Founded: 1885
Location
: 622 W. Lombard Street, Baltimore, MD

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1901
    Notes: Medical attendance given at homes of needy women. Yearly number of patients treated in homes, 250 to 300
    Source: Charity Organization Society, Directory of the Charitable and Beneficent Organizations of Baltimore together with Legal Suggestions, Etc. Baltimore: 38.
  • Dates: 1901
    Notes:  FREE LYING-IN HOSPITAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND (Opened 1887) 622 west Lombard St. Gen. Hosp. Telephones, C&P, St. Paul 1225; Md., Courtland 2090. Object. — Care and skilled attendance of all women needing a home during confinement. Medical attendance also given at homes of needy women. Admission. — Women received two weeks before confinement, or earlier, in exceptional cases. Application should be made at Hospital. No charges. Management. — Under control of the Faculty of Physic at the University of Maryland. State appropriation (1901), $3000. Capacity, 35-40 patients. Yearly number of confimenemts, in Hospital, 175-200; in outside clinic, 250-300.
    Source: Charity Organization Society, Directory of the Charitable and Beneficent Organizations of Baltimore together with Legal Suggestions, Etc. Baltimore: 50

 

Johns Hopkins Hospital

Founded: May 7, 1889
Location: Broadway and Monument. Built on the site of the Maryland Hospital for the Insane, Baltimore, MD

Images

Baltimore - Johns Hopkins Hospital. From Harper's Weekly September 8, 1888. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A012895. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Baltimore – Johns Hopkins Hospital. From Harper’s Weekly September 8, 1888. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A012895. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Baltimore - Johns Hopkins Hospital. From Harper's Weekly September 8, 1888. Images from the History of Medicine Collection. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Baltimore – Johns Hopkins Hospital. From Harper’s Weekly September 8, 1888. Images from the History of Medicine Collection. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

[Baltimore - Johns Hopkins Hospital]. From Harper's Weekly, September 8, 1888. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A012896. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

[Baltimore – Johns Hopkins Hospital]. From Harper’s Weekly, September 8, 1888. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A012896. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins University Hospital 1890 - accession number 74147 (Z24.1102VF). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

Johns Hopkins University Hospital 1890 – accession number 74147 (Z24.1102VF). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

Johns Hopkins Hospital - 1890 - doctor leaning over microscope (Z24.1449). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

Johns Hopkins Hospital – 1890 – doctor leaning over microscope (Z24.1449). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

(A and B) - Johns Hopkins Hospital ca.1890 (Z24.1605). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

(A and B) – Johns Hopkins Hospital ca.1890 (Z24.1605). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

Johns Hopkins Hospital. Stereoview Collection, PP1. Maryland Historical Society

Johns Hopkins Hospital. Stereoview Collection, PP1. Maryland Historical Society

[Exterior view- Johns Hopkins Hospital]. Illustrated in John S. Billings, Description of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, [Press of J. Friedenwald], 1890. Images from the History of Medicine Collection. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

[Exterior view- Johns Hopkins Hospital]. Illustrated in John S. Billings, Description of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, [Press of J. Friedenwald], 1890. Images from the History of Medicine Collection. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

[Interior view- Octagon Ward]. Illustrated in John S. Billings, Description of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, [Press of J. Friedenwald], 1890. Images from the History of Medicine Collection. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

[Interior view- Octagon Ward]. Illustrated in John S. Billings, Description of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore, [Press of J. Friedenwald], 1890. Images from the History of Medicine Collection. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Main Building, Baltimore, Md.. American Memory Project, Touring Turn-of-the-Century America: Photographs from the Detroit Publishing company, 1880-1920, LC-D4-33134 DLC (b&w glass neg.). Library of Congress

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Main Building, Baltimore, Md.. American Memory Project, Touring Turn-of-the-Century America: Photographs from the Detroit Publishing company, 1880-1920, LC-D4-33134 DLC (b&w glass neg.). Library of Congress

John Hopkins Nurses 1891 (Z24.416). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

John Hopkins Nurses 1891 (Z24.416). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

What the family looked like in 1892. Baltimore: Cummins,1892. 1 photomechanical print :photogravure; 21 x 14 cm. The Johns Hopkins Medical Class of 1892 and staff seated outside on steps of a building. In the foreground, left to right: W.W. Russell, Simon Flexner, O.G. Ramsey, R.R. Smith, L.J. Barker, Eugene M. Van Ness, H.A. Kelly, John G. Clark, and Rupert Norton. Back row, left to right: W.H. Baltzell, John Hewetson, J.M.T. Finney, A.L. Stavely, T.S. Cullen, Henry Hurd, W.S. Halsted, G.H.T. Nuttall, William Thayer, Hunter Robb (?), John Sedgewick Billings, and B. Lanier. Portrait no. Group 55-2 Old Negative no. 66-203 Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. School of Medicine. Title taken from caption.. Images from the History of Medicine, Order No. B011682. National Library of Medicine

What the family looked like in 1892. Baltimore: Cummins,1892. 1 photomechanical print :photogravure; 21 x 14 cm. The Johns Hopkins Medical Class of 1892 and staff seated outside on steps of a building. In the foreground, left to right: W.W. Russell, Simon Flexner, O.G. Ramsey, R.R. Smith, L.J. Barker, Eugene M. Van Ness, H.A. Kelly, John G. Clark, and Rupert Norton. Back row, left to right: W.H. Baltzell, John Hewetson, J.M.T. Finney, A.L. Stavely, T.S. Cullen, Henry Hurd, W.S. Halsted, G.H.T. Nuttall, William Thayer, Hunter Robb (?), John Sedgewick Billings, and B. Lanier. Portrait no. Group 55-2 Old Negative no. 66-203 Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions. School of Medicine. Title taken from captio.. Images from the History of Medicine, Order No. B011682. National Library of Medicine

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md.. American Memory Project, Touring Turn-of-the-Century America: Photographs from the Detroit Publishing company, 1880-1920 LC-D4-14265 DLC (b&w glass neg.). Library of Congress

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md.. American Memory Project, Touring Turn-of-the-Century America: Photographs from the Detroit Publishing company, 1880-1920 LC-D4-14265 DLC (b&w glass neg.). Library of Congress

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md.. American Memory Project, Touring Turn-of-the-Century America: Photographs from the Detroit Publishing company, 1880-1920 LC-D4-16532 DLC (b&w glass neg.). Library of Congress

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md.. American Memory Project, Touring Turn-of-the-Century America: Photographs from the Detroit Publishing company, 1880-1920 LC-D4-16532 DLC (b&w glass neg.). Library of Congress

Johns Hopkins Hospital 1904 Operating Room (Z24.413). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

Johns Hopkins Hospital 1904 Operating Room (Z24.413). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

John’s Hopkins Hospital 1904 Operating Room (Z24.414). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

John’s Hopkins Hospital 1904 Operating Room (Z24.414). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

John Hopkins Hospital 1904 Operating Room (Z24.415). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

John Hopkins Hospital 1904 Operating Room (Z24.415). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.


Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Bird's-Eye View of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Private collection.

Bird’s-Eye View of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Private collection.

Aerial View of Johns Hopkins Hospital Group, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Aerial View of Johns Hopkins Hospital Group, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, North Broadway, Baltimore, Md.. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, North Broadway, Baltimore, Md.. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital Looking Southeast from Monument, North Broadway, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital Looking Southeast from Monument, North Broadway, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

[Exterior view of Octagon Ward at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore]. Illustrated in Billings, John Shaw, Description of the Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore, 1890). Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A012154. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

[Exterior view of Octagon Ward at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore]. Illustrated in Billings, John Shaw, Description of the Johns Hopkins Hospital (Baltimore, 1890). Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A012154. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore: [Amphitheatre and dispensary building]. John R. Niernsee, architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01884. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore: [Amphitheatre and dispensary building]. John R. Niernsee, architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01884. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore: [Amphitheatre and dispensary building]. John R. Niernsee, architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01885. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore: [Amphitheatre and dispensary building]. John R. Niernsee, architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01885. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Bird's-Eye View of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Bird’s-Eye View of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Private collection.

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Floor plans of kitchen building] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01880. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Floor plans of kitchen building] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01880. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Floor plans of kitchen building] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01882. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Floor plans of kitchen building] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01882. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Floor plans of building for female nurses] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01883. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Floor plans of building for female nurses] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01883. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Pathological building] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01886. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Pathological building] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01886. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Profile views of the north, south, east and west fronts] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01887. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Profile views of the north, south, east and west fronts] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01887. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Profile views of the north, south, east and west fronts] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01888. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore :[Profile views of the north, south, east and west fronts] /John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01888. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital #870 (Z24.95.VF). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

Johns Hopkins Hospital #870 (Z24.95.VF). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

John Hopkins Hospital PP1 (Z24.250). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

John Hopkins Hospital PP1 (Z24.250). Photograph Collections Cross-Section. Maryland Historical Society

The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Private collection.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Private collection.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore [A01760]. Images from the History of Medicine Collection. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore [A01760]. Images from the History of Medicine Collection. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : Reports and papers relating to construction and organization. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01874. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : Reports and papers relating to construction and organization. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01874. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : Destruction of Thayer Clinic Building [A01761]. Images from the History of Medicine Collection. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : Destruction of Thayer Clinic Building [A01761]. Images from the History of Medicine Collection. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01762. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01762. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore / E.D. Roth. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01763. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore / E.D. Roth. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01763. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : Block Plan Of The Johns Hopkins Hospital / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01875. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : Block Plan Of The Johns Hopkins Hospital / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01875. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : [Floor plans of common wards] / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01878. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : [Floor plans of common wards] / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01878. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : [Floor plans of common wards] / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01877. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : [Floor plans of common wards] / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01877. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : [Floor plans of pay and isolation wards] / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01876. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : [Floor plans of pay and isolation wards] / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01876. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : [Floor plans of main administration building] / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01879. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : [Floor plans of main administration building] / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01879. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : [Floor plans of kitchen building] / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01881. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore : [Floor plans of kitchen building] / John R. Niernseé, Architect. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. A01881. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division

  • See: Johns Hopkins Hospital (2 images).. Baltimore City Life Museum Photographic Collection, (2) 5 x 7 glass negs box 5, MC2173. Maryland Historical Society
  • See: Dr. William S. Halsted with present and former members of his staff at the twenty-fifth anniversary of the opening of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, October, 1914. Group portrait of Dr. William S. Halsted and staff on the grounds of Johns Hopkins Hospital. Standing (left to right): Roy D. McClure, Hugh H. Young, Harvey Cushing, James F. Mitchell, Richard H. Follis, Robert T. Miller, Jr., and George J. Heuer; sitting (left to right): John M.T. Finney, William S. Halsted, Joseph C. Bloodgood.. Images from the History of Medicine Collection, Order No. B027387. National Library of Medicine, History of Medicine Division
  • See: The Johns Hopkins Hospital, facing Broadway.. Baltimore City Life Museum Photographic Collection, PP 20 x 24 box 8, CC1009. Maryland Historical Society

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1867/08/24
    Notes: Johns Hopkins Hospital and University incorporated.
    Source: Quinan, John Russell, Medical Annals of Baltimore from 1608 to 1880, including Events, Men and Literature to which is added a Subject Index and Record of Public Services Baltimore: Press of Isaac Friedenwald: 44
  • Dates: 1890
    Notes: “It is announced that the Women’s Committee has raised the necessary $100,000 and that they wil be admitted on equal terms with men to the Johns Hopkins Medical School, provided they have the proper preliminary training.”
    Source: “Medical ItemsMaryland Medical Journal XXIV(November 1, 1890): 21
  • Dates: 1890
    Notes: “Commencing October 15th, 1890, and terminating May 1st, 1891, weekly Clinics will be held in the Amphitheatre of the Johns Hopkins Hospital as follows: Medical, Wednesdays, at 12 noon, Professor Osler. Gynaecological, Thursdays, at 12 noon, Professor Kelly. Surgical, Fridays, at 9 A.M., Professor Halsted. Physicians from Baltimore and Maryland and cordially invited to be present. Entrance to Amphitheatre on East Monument Street.”
    Source: “Medical ItemsMaryland Medical Journal XXIV(November 1, 1890): 21
  • Dates: 1901
    Notes: Johns Hopkins Hospital has recently given part of the time of one of its staff to visit needy comsumptives in their homes. Only such patients are visited as have attended the dispensary until too ill to call at the hospital. The physician instructs the patients as to the sanitary precautions that should be taken against the spread of the disease.Obstetrical department furnishes treatment in the home, (physician and nurse) for lying-in cases. Patient must make application to the dispensary and receive dispensary treatment before confinement.
    Source: Charity Organization Society, Directory of the Charitable and Beneficent Organizations of Baltimore together with Legal Suggestions, Etc. Baltimore: : 38
  • Dates: 1901
    Notes: The following hospitals have ambulances for the conveyance of sick persons to the hospital named in the title:The City Hospital, Calvert and Saratoga Sts.
    Johns Hopkins Hospital, Broadway and McElderry St.
    The Maryland General Hospital, Linden Ave. and Madison St.
    The Maryland University Hospital, Greene and Lombard Sts.
    St. Joseph’s Hospital, Caroline and Hoffman Sts.
    The Health Department, City Hall Annex, has a ambulance to convey cases of contagious disease to the Quarantine Hospital.
    The Supervisors of City Charities have contracted with the following hospitals for the conveyance of city patients: Maryland General, Maryland University, City Hospital, St. Joseph’s, and Homeopathic.
    United States Marine Hospital Service has an ambulance which conveys sick sailors to the hospital. Charitable Organization Society. Directory of the Charitable and Beneficent Organizations of Baltimore Together with Legal Suggestions, etc. (Baltimore: 1901): 46.
    Source: Charity Organization Society, Directory of the Charitable and Beneficent Organizations of Baltimore together with Legal Suggestions, Etc. Baltimore: : 46
  • Dates: 1901
    Notes: Has an obstetrical ward; for out-treatment of patients.
    Source: Charity Organization Society, Directory of the Charitable and Beneficent Organizations of Baltimore together with Legal Suggestions, Etc. Baltimore: : 49
  • Dates: 1959
    Notes: The legend of the “cornerstone” in the dome of the Johns Hopkins Hospital has become a reality with the finding of a small copper box, lined with wood, containing some two dozen items ranging from newspapers, tickets, a medical index, two church collection envelopes, a clay pipe and a payroll receipt….
    See: “‘Cornerstone’ Box Found in Dome at Hopkins” Evening Sun Oct. 22, 1959

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University of Maryland Dental Infirmary

Location: Greene Street corner Lombard, Baltimore, MD

Additional Information

 

Woman’s Medical College Dispensary

Location: In the Good Samaritan Hospital, or Hospital of the Woman’s Medical College, 1100 McCulloh Street, Baltimore, MD

Additional Information

  • Dates: 1901
    Notes: Woman’s Medical College, Dispensary of the, in the Good Samaritan Hospital, or Hospital of the Woman’s Medical College, 1100 McCulloh St.; C&P telephone, Madison 121-m. General dispensary. Hours: week days, 2 to 4 p.m.; Sundays, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Treatment and medicine free to needy persons. Outside visits paid to patients in the northwestern section of the city. Prescriptions directed to the dispensary by outside physicians, registered for the purpose, are filled. In 1900, 4167 patients treated; 8250 prescriptions filled; outside visits paid, about 1100. This dispensary is at present used by the Supervisors of the City Charities as the dispensary for the northwestern district of the city.
    Source: Charity Organization Society, Directory of the Charitable and Beneficent Organizations of Baltimore together with Legal Suggestions, Etc. Baltimore: : 45

 

West End Maternite Hospital

Founded: 1901
Location
: 112 N. Calhoun Street, Baltimore, MD

Additional Information